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What piece of art changed your life – Craig Hamilton?

    Craig Hamilton – When I think about what piece of art changed my life, I am overwhelmed with pondering countless Pre-Raphaelite masterpieces, Vincent Van Gogh, great American Illustrations, and so on and so on and so on… On the third day of this unanswerable query crouching in my mind, the answer was obvious when I awoke and , as I have for the past thirty years, gazed upon that painting.

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Bru’s Reviews – CAPTAIN AMERICA: CIVIL WAR (addendum)

  By Bru­Hed All original written content is (c) 2016 Mike Pascale. Visual content is (c) its respective owners. Bru­Hed art is ©2012 and a trademark of All Ages Media and Mike Pascale.     NEWBIES: If this is your first trip here (welcome!), here’s the QT on what these reviews are.   THIS WEEK: I finally got to see the entire Cap flick, including the third act I missed originally—see last week’s review for why,…

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Bru’s Reviews – CAPTAIN AMERICA: CIVIL WAR IS AT LEAST TWO-THIRDS AWESOME

  By Bru­Hed All original written content is (c) 2016 Mike Pascale. Visual content is (c) its respective owners. Bru­Hed art is ©2012 and a trademark of All Ages Media and Mike Pascale. NEWBIES: If this is your first trip here (welcome!), here’s the QT on what these reviews are. THIS WEEK: Marvel Studios’ “Phase III” kicks off/continues with the third Cap flick (or arguably the third Avengers one, as only Thor and Hulk don’t…

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What piece of art changed your life – Mike Pascale?

Mike Pascale – After a lot of thought, I’d have to say either FANTASTIC FOUR #1 or AVENGERS #4. Although both came out before I was born, I was fortunate (and blessed) enough to receive the later-issued “Golden Book And Record Set” for each as gifts as a tyke from my wonderful parents. Each set came with an exact reprint (minus the ads and cover price) of the comic plus a big LP “record” (a…

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Bru’s Reviews – THE HUNTSMAN: WINTER’S WAR IS SPRING’S SPLENDOR

  By Bru-Hed All original written content is (c) 2016 Mike Pascale. Visual content is (c) its respective owners. Bru-Hed art is ©2012 and a trademark of All Ages Media and Mike Pascale. NEWBIES: If this is your first trip here (welcome!), here’s the QT on what these reviews are. THIS WEEK: THIS WEEK: THOR meets FROZEN? The Kristen-Stewart-less sequel to SNOW WHITE AND THE HUNTSMAN gives us the back story to Chris “Avenger” Hemsworth’s…

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Kumi Mizuno as Miss Namikawa

Notes from Richard… The first of my 3 Heroes Con 2016  commissions. Miss Namikawa is a Xian spy from Planet X in the Japanese film classic Monster Zero (1965), and was portrayed by the talented and lovely Kumi Mizuno. I wanted to subtly indicate that there’s something more to the character than the rigid, logical impression you’re initially given of her, both in the film and in the art.  Her hair is normally shown (both by…

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Bru’s Reviews – THE JUNGLE BOOK IS A FOREST OF FUN

By Bru-Hed All original written content is (c) 2016 Mike Pascale. Visual content is (c) its respective owners. Bru-Hed art is ©2012 and a trademark of All Ages Media and Mike Pascale. NEWBIES: If this is your first trip here (welcome!), here’s the QT on what these reviews are. THIS WEEK: Disney redoes an animated classic with “live action” animation (in the technique of PLANET OF THE APES, TNMT and AVATAR). Jungle boy Mowgli, raised…

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